Military Women's Project
TO BE PART OF SOMETHING GREATER...
MILITARY WOMEN is an ongoing project that chronicles females in our armed forces via portraits I shoot, accompanied by first-hand experiences these servicewomen write. Like many of my fellow Soldiers, September 11 played a deciding factor in joining the military. It was a time of turmoil and uncertainty, but also a time that resulted in an amazing outpouring of national pride and inspiring heroics. For the last 13 years, I have served on active duty as a Logistician and Acquisitions officer, leading America’s finest sons and daughters and serving where I am needed.
WHAT I AM OFFERING: One free session exclusively for any military woman wearing her military uniform. Two uniforms: dress and duty uniforms only. Spouses and children are welcome at the shoot. However, the shoot itself will only focus on you, the female service member. Additional images with you in uniform and family can be done at the end for an additional cost.
***NOTE: I AM NOT OFFERING THIS TO MILITARY MEN AS I AM SOLELY FOCUSING ON MILITARY WOMEN FOR THIS PROJECT.
WHAT YOU GET IN RETURN FOR YOUR TIME: 2 retouched images. I will send you a gallery link of 20 images. You choose the final 2 images. You will get a digital version to share via social media or email. (No watermark will appear on images.) Digitals will be emailed to you or a link will be provided to download images. Estimate turn around time: 2 weeks. Additional images may be purchased from me.
WHAT I ASK IN RETURN: Please simply share my webpage—and include anything you’d like about your military story. I will send a questionnaire to you if you are truly interested and scheduled. You will need to sign a standard model release form which allows me to share your image on social media, my website, and potentially use your image for future marketing I may need to do. I will create a blog for each service woman. It will include your image and story, as you told it to me. Please share the blog about you, mention my name somewhere in any post you make, and be proud! Last request: please tell your friends.
I look forward to adding you to this tapestry of service women.